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julie and hey there, jaclyn. >> hey, good morning. >> oh, hey, hey! . >> what can we expect? is it depends where you are. we are socked in at the coast, fog at the bay and into our inland areas and we have condensation. don't be surprised if you have to use your windshield wipers out the door this morning. >> did you coming in from san jose? >> a little bit when i got closer to the city, intermittently. >> mount vaca the sun is coming up. clear skies there, temperatures from the 50s in santa rosa, high 50s in san jose. boy, you had a commute from san jose this morning! wow! okay. san jose the winds are relatively flat, 11 in san francisco. 24 fairfield. winds today west 10 to 20. gusts to 30 especially at the seashore. 62 degrees in pacifica to 92 in brentwood. bested by 93 in discovery bay. i have your 4th of july forecast coming up at 18 after the hour but right now, jaclyn, what's up in your world? >> well, we have some slowdowns for drivers heading along westbound 580. we have a high wind advisory in
place for those drivers so please be careful through the altamont pass. speeds drop below 30 miles per hour. in livermore things pick up approaching 680. drive time 30 minutes in the yellow. out of antioch into hercules no delays along westbound 4. seeing a few cars still in the cash lanes over at the bay bridge toll plaza. but other than that, traffic nice and light along the eastshore freeway. and heading into san francisco, but this is the calm before the storm because we have friday getaway holiday traffic coming up throughout the day so we'll have more on that coming up. back to you guys. new this morning, the anchors of msnbc's morning joe are responding to president trump's tweet. >> the president received a lot of backlash when he insulted mika brzezinski and joe scarborough on twitter. kpix 5's jackie ward joins us with more. so they postponed vacation to respond to these tweets? >> this is not how they expected their holiday weekend to begin. the hosts responded less than an hour ago an basically said
they are fine but the country is not. with president trump as our leader. mika and joe plan to start their 4th of july vacation but didn't go to answer questions following the so-called tweet storm. on their show yesterday, mika and joe criticized the president as usual and that's when president trump went on twitter calling the anchors low iq crazy mika and psycho joe. >> i'm fine. my family brought me up really tough. this is absolutely nothing. but i think for me, personally. but i am very concerned as to what this once again reveals about the president of the united states. it's strange. >> yesterday's white house briefing deputy press secretary sarah huckabee sanders defended the president saying that he was merely standing up for himself. >> the president has been attacked mercilessly on personal account by members on that program and i think he has been very clear when gets attacked he is going to hit back. >> meanwhile, it was a busy day
in washington yesterday. president trump announced a number of initiatives that he says will boost the u.s.' energy dominance. the south korean president and his wife are at the white house and two big bills were passed. some republican leaders including representative paul ryan say that the president's comments are a distraction and aren't helping their party's legislative goals. >> thank you. a scaled-back version of president trump's travel ban is officially in effect. just like the initial one earlier this year, this one is already being met with lawsuits. [ screaming ] >> reporter: pockets of protestors gathered in l.a. and new york thursday night moments after president trump's modified travel ban took effect. >> the entire idea is to ban muslims from coming into the country. >> reporter: under the new restrictions, travelers from six muslim countries will only be allowed in the u.s. if they can prove a bona fide family
tie like a parent, spouse, child or sibling. grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins do not qualify. fiancees were a no but late last night got into the okay to enter column. >> the united states needs to do more to enhance our screening procedures because the safety and security of americans comes first. >> reporter: volunteer lawyers have now set up shop at airports in major cities to assist travelers who may need legal help. >> there are so many layers here. they are not clear in the definition of a bona fide relationship. >> reporter: like earlier this year, this one is facing opposition in the courts. hawaii last night filed an emergency motion asking a federal judge to clarify the scope of the policy. this traveler says the ban has made many of her friends and family in the middle east feel unwelcome. >> the travel ban is disruptive. >> reporter: in response to some of the concerns, the department of homeland security release a statement saying, u.s. customs and border
protection officers are trained and prepared to professionally process travelers in accordance with the law. seth lemon for cbs news, washington. now, the current block on people from those six countries will last for 90 days. and on all refugees for 120 days. the supreme court plans to hear arguments on this travel ban in october. california is among the states refusing to provide complete voter information in a new federal commission on voter fraud. the trump administration sent a letter to all 50 states requesting names, addresses, party affiliation and voting history among other information. the white house would only say the data will be used to analyze vulnerabilities in the voting system. civil rights groups believe the voter fraud commission will be used to suppress voter turnout. today wraps up the last day of pride month and germany found a way to end it. german lawmakers voted to legalize same-sex marriage. this vote was approved in the
parliament's last session before the september elections. chancellor merkel addressed the vote as a question of conscience. previously same-sex couples could have civil partnerships but marriage was illegal. growing concern in the east bay over response times by fire crews as a station in brentwood shuts its doors tomorrow. kpix 5's jessica flores is live in brentwood this morning with the details. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. we are in the small community of knightsen and this is where they are closing, the third time in the last five years. this is coming before the 4th of july holiday when we know there are a lot of fire hazards, firefighters will be responding to numerous calls across the east bay. and here if there are any issues, these folks will have to wait for the next closest fire station to respond. because this fire station today will be closed. it's closing because of funding and staffing.
fire chief says the station continues to lose firefighters because there's little stability and the low pay compared to neighboring areas. voters have said no to raising taxes three times and the station has already closed twice in the last five years. when it did in 2015, we spoke to firefighters back then. >> the response times are going to be longer. the crews are going to run more calls than they would on an average day. >> east contra costa county fire protection district will go to just three stations one in brentwood, one in oakley, one station in discovery bay. now, the district serves about 100,000 people total. and the fire chief says they will push for more funding to re-open the knightsen station here but that could take about a year. jessica flores, kpix 5. new this morning, three palo alto city council members are working to protect tenants from seeing massive rent hikes when their leases lapse. the council members say they are not endorsing rent control
but they are exploring laws to prevent significant rent hikes when landlords propose new leases. the council members are also trying to prevent, quote, unjust evictions. they plan to present a memo on both issues in september after the panel's summer break. and starting tomorrow, minimum wage goes up in san jose. the new minimum wage will be $12 per hour. a dollar 50 more than an hour than before. as of january 2019, it is expected to reach $15. today a former oakland high school football star will appear in court on robbery charges. the man is accused of robbing a line of casual carpool riders near the rockridge bart station in 2013. he led his football team at mc clymonds championships. he was 17 but charged as an adult. new this morning an lapd officer was shot during a shootout when a suspect who streamed it live on facebook. it happened yesterday morning
in los angeles. the suspect wanted for a gang- related murder was shot multiple times and is now in critical condition. the police officer is expected to recover. the time now is 5:09. police are blaming tennis star venus williams for the crash that killed a man in florida. >> and getting from marin county to san francisco will soon cost you more. starting this weekend. >> and just like that we're turning the corner heading towards the july 4th and we have the forecast coming up. >> and right now, speeds are in the green for drivers heading along 680 through danville but we are tracking a few delays for east bay drivers. we'll take a closer look at those coming up.
flames in southern california. the fire has spread to more hundreds of firefighters have been racing to crush these flames in southern california. the fire spread to more than 750 acres near camp pendleton in san diego county. it now threatens homes and an animal shelter. so far no reports of injuries or property damage since the fire started yesterday afternoon. firefighters believe it started near a campground but the cause is under investigation. tennis star venus williams is at the center of a police
investigation in florida. authorities say she caused a crash that killed a 78-year-old man. the crash happened on june 9 in palm beach gardens. last night investigators released the police report. witnesses told investigators that williams ran a red light in her suv. that's when another car hit her. that driver claims she was unable to stop. a passenger in the second car was injured in the crash and died two weeks laters. no citation or charges against williams yet. >> if you look at vehicular homicide and what they would need for the threshold of proof, they need reckless driving and it doesn't appear there was reckless driving because she wasn't cited for it. >> now, williams told officers on the scene she entered the six lane interstate on a green light and didn't see the other vehicle. the police report says the 37- year-old athlete was traveling at 5 miles per hour at the time and was not under the influence of drugs or alcohol. in just a few days it's going to cost more to cross the
golden gate bridge. starting monday, the toll is going up 25 sends. the highest toll for drivers will be $7.75. tickets for the ferry are also going up by 50 cents. that goes into effect tomorrow. the agency says the extra money will help with budget deficits. speaking of your commute, we'll check in now with jaclyn, who will be checking our roads and we'll have to ask her in a bit how the times are crossing the bridge. >> right now, it looks great. so if you are planning to head into san francisco or into marin across the golden gate bridge, leave now. it's going to be busier later. we are expecting some of the worst travel times with the holiday traffic this afternoon between 3 and 8 p.m. so if you have getaway plans, don't leave then. try to leave earlier or later. good morning. right now, we are tracking a pretty smooth ride making your way into san francisco along
101 heading towards sfo. this is a live look right at 380. traffic moving well in both directions. getting crowded out there. are you heading to the airport? right now no delays along 101. heading into san mateo, out of hayward, we are getting a little crowded in the westbound direction on the right side of your screen there. still in the green though just under 15 minutes for your drive time. through oakland not a problem but we are tracking slowdowns along westbound 580 through the altamont pass. we have a high wind advisory in place for drivers. keep a firm grip on the wheel. please drive safely. speeds drop below 30 miles per hour until you get into livermore and then things start to pick up again when you're back in the green. good morning, everybody. your time check is 5:15. we have lots of low clouds and fog. it's a marine layer that's pushed onshore causing some condensation in the form of drizzle right there looking out towards the bay bridge. if you are going eastbound or westbound over the golden gate bridge or the bay bridge you
have drizzle this morning. [ foghorn ] >> that's right! we have that foghorn working that this morning. we have clear skies inland no foghorn there. lots of great visibility and it looks like we'll have mostly sunny skies away from the coast. temperature-wise we are not 50s. it is now 52 degrees in santa rosa. numbers pretty consistent with what we experienced 24 hours ago. winds 11 san francisco 10 along the seashore 25 now in fairfield. 16 in concord. another blustery late afternoon westerlies 10 to 20 gusts to 30. good morning to robert sullivan or weather watcher in redwood city. 54 degrees, clear skies. that's spot on in comparison to the national weather service as well, robert. thank you for sharing that data. we do have the stratus. it becomes a little bit more patchy around the peninsula this morning. we'll see some earlier burnoff. except the immediate seashore. san francisco will stay socked in similar to yesterday. otherwise this weekend near seasonal temperatures all the
way through the 4th of july. and it will remain cloudy at the coast. so high pressure is in control. but so is that marine layer roughly this morning 2,000 feet deep becoming compressed during the afternoon hours and wipe away from the immediate seashore. you feel it late night tonight into early tomorrow morning. we see the stratus pushing all the way into our east bay hills. but again, it's patchy and thinner. then we approach our sunday with less cloud cover and that's going tonight warmest day of the holiday weekend. and then the clouds push back onshore overnight. you know the drill. it's "june gloom" drifting into the first part of july. 90s sacramento. triple digits fresno. 104 redding. 80 in the greater lake tahoe area where i hear that's the most traveled destination spot over the holiday in the state of california. temperatures remain in the 80s overnight lows in the 30s. that's quite a spread. our spread today 60s beaches to low 90s inland.
warmest locations discovery bay at the delta, also 93 towards lakeport. we have seasonal temperatures thursday. hey, alameda county fair is going on mid-80s. lots of fun at the fairgrounds! you got lots of fun there, julie, with what, jay z? >> that's right. that's what's trending today. his highly anticipated new album dropped overnight and is the response fans have been waiting for, for more than a year. his wife beyonce released a visual album lemonade last year in it hinting that jay z had an affair. now her husband's album is 10 tracks of introspection and new found maturity. one of the tracks says, quote, i apologize, i often womanize. many of us will likely have to wait to hear it though because it was released exclusively through the streaming service title. and we're getting our first look at the reboot of the robin williams classic, jumanji. ♪[ music ] >> the remake is getting a modern twist.
it's based on the videogame rather than a board game. jack blackit will open december. finally trending today an adorable party crasher. a dog casually walked on the stage during a concert in turkey. take a look. ♪[ music ] unfortunately i think the dog at the bottom of screen, there he is, under that lower third, but he is a surprise guest and got a round of applause from the crowd. he apparently liked what he heard. he decided to stay and even took a seat there on stage. a lot of people are sharing that video online. some people are calling it the cutest moment in classical music. and i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up, another raider shown the money yesterday. and will the warriors go to the white house if they are invited? steve kerr's opinion on this matter may shock you. >> wha t's cool about your summer camp? email your nomination to us at coolc firstname.lastname@example.org, and we may feature your camp on the thursday morning show.
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minute. but first, a check on sports with dennis. good morning, everybody. the raiders front office is acting like a group gearing up for a super bowl. they have salary cap cash and they are spending it. a week after derek carr signed a $125 million deal, the team opened their wallets for right guard gabe jackson. five-year extension worth up to $56 million. the raiders offensive line allowed a league low 18 sacks last year. and they are well compensated, as well. these are the current contracts with maximum incentive payouts. one thing is for sure: new right tackle marshall ain't picking up the bill when they go to the house of prime rib soon. outside of what kevin durant and steph curry signed their new contracts the biggest drama of the warriors off season might be regarding their upcoming trip to the white house. players have hinted they won't go. but yesterday on the radio, steve kerr said it could happen
president trump invites them. >> it's important to me that there's a respect for the office and for the institution. and that's why i would consider going. but i will be perfectly blunt and i know i'll anger people by saying this. i want the man who is sitting in the office to respect us. >> mr. kerr goes to the white house. that would be must-see tv. i'm dennis o'donnell. have a great weekend. and the play of the day, a's taking on the astros down in houston last night. former a's slugger josh redick at the plate in the 1st inning. take a look. >> he is being overshadowed. in the air to right field. all the way back going to the wall jumping -- and he makes the phenomenal home run saving catch! >> what a catch by the man who replaced redick in right field in oakland matt joyce. that was about as good as it got for the a's to lost 6-1.
but matt joyce grabs your play of the day. cable news hosts who are the subject of some president trump's tweets are reacting to his words this morning. some republican leaders like representative paul ryan are wishing the president would shift his focus to bigger issues. >> an east contra costa county fire station shutting us the doors. i'm jessica flores. i'll tell you why it's closing now. brzezinski - everything we stock at grocery outlet
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and firefighters in the south bay are keeping a close eye on a a major setback for supporters of stronger gun laws in california. >> and firefighters in the south bay keeping a close eye on that grass fire that crept dangerously close to homes. >> and i hear you! i hear you! we have been talking about the winds and how blustery they are. i'll talk about how the winds will affect your 4th of july
picnic plans. >> and i'll tell you how the wind is affecting your drive. we have some wind advisories in place. also, some delays for bart riders. we'll have more on that coming up. good morning, it's friday, june 30. i'm julie watts in for michelle griego this morning. >> i'm devin fehely in for church. in the east bay as a fire station closes concern is growing over how quickly remaining crews can respond in an emergency. kpix 5's jessica flores is live in knightsen with the details. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. yeah. the fire station is right behind me. it's shutting its doors a third time in five years because of lack of funding. now, this is right before the 4th of july holiday weekend when we know there's a lot of fire hazards for these folks here in knightsen. they will have to wait for the next closest fire station to respond to any emergencies. now, again, it's closing because of funding but also because of staffing. fire chief says the station continues to lose firefighters
because there's little stability and the pay is low. voters have said no to raising taxes on three different occasions. the station has already closed twice in the last five years. this would be the third time. we spoke to residents in 2015 when the station was closing then. >> if somebody has a heart attack or anything, it's going to take them forever to come. so who knows what's going to happen after this. >> reporter: the contra costa fire protection district will go to just three stations one in brentwood, one in oakley and one station in discovery bay. now, the district does serve about 100,000 residents in the area. the fire chief says he will continue to push for funding. but opening this fire station behind me back up is going to take about a year to possibly re-open. they need to secure that funding first. reporting live, i'm jessica flores, kpix 5. chopper 5 caught the flames and smoke as this brush fire threatened homes in san jose.
but neighbors rallied together before crews even hit their block. when one homeowner smelled something burning she got on the phone and warned everyone nearby about the flames. then with crews still heading towards the home, the woman and a neighbor watered nearby grass. >> i started calling the neighbors that were home and weren't home to come home. >> and i smelled fire and i saw karen on the phone and we were grabbing hoses. >> elsewhere in the neighborhood, staff at the wildlife center of silicon valley evacuated nearly 500 animals. fire crews put it out before they did any damage. but firefighters in santa clara county were also busy trying to contain these flames in the foothills around that mount hamilton area. three small brush fires in the area burned 85 acres yesterday afternoon. fire officials say those fires are now 75% contained. time now for a check of weather and traffic coming up here in just a bit but first, weather with roberta. >> i was just thinking about
those fires because it was back at easter time i was talking to one of the chiefs of the california department of forestry and he was suspecting and he said to me that this is going to be one of the most extreme fire seasons and i said what gives? we ended the drought, we have so much rain. he said exactly! because you have all that brush now, that vegetation out there. and then again, the san jose area, we had temperatures unseasonably warm to hot last week with that prolong heat wave. today it's rather seasonal in the san jose area. temperatures starting off the morning at 54 degrees and as we zip through the afternoon hours, the temperature climbs to 80, 81 degrees which is spot on for this time of the year. wow! the sun is coming up in the mount vaca area. where currently the air temperatures there are 53. 52 santa rosa. we're socked in with fog in san francisco. 53. winds are west at nine. across the bay, 13 in oakland. you know, if you're driving the bay bridge this morning, you're going to have condensation and
drizzle. 25-mile-per-hour winds in fairfield. these winds will be westerly 10 to 20 throughout the day gusts to 30. 62 pacifica. i wouldn't bank on much sunshine there today. 60s, 70s the skies will clear by lunchtime around the bay. 70s commons across the peninsula today. up to 90 degrees concord, clayton and walnut creek. same as yesterday. low 90s delta. 4th of july forecast is still coming up at 48 after the hour but right now, let's send it to jaclyn. >> i had to use my windshield wipers on the way to work this morning. if you are using yours, be sure to have your headlights on. that's a california state law. let's take it to the maps where we are tracking slowdowns for drivers heading along westbound 580 to the altamont pass. wind advisory in place also reports of a stalled vehicle blocking the connector ramp from northbound 680 to eastbound 580 just a heads up there at the dublin-pleasanton interchange. no major delays to tell you about heading across the golden gate bridge.
we are tracking a pretty smooth ride along 101 near sfo. speeds moving right at the limit there. that's a check of your traffic. back to you guys. >> thank you. another obstacle for the republican healthcare bill in the senate yesterday. the nonpartisan cbo released a report showing that spending on medicaid would be 35% lower after two decades under the plan. they say they are crafting the bill to delay harmful effects to avoid political backlash. it's unclear when they will release the revised version of the bill. the anchors of morning joe are responding to president trump on twitter calling the president's tweets really sad for our country. kpix 5's jackie ward joins us now. they were supposed to be on vacation and they canceled it just to respond to the president. >> they missed a red sox game. msnbc's cohosts mika brzezinski and joe scarborough have been on the air for more than an
hour and a half now responding to yesterday. president trump insulted them after they insulted him yesterday. trump tweeted that when mika and joe visit him at mar-a- largo last year she was bleeding badly from a face- lift. he also called her low iq crazy mika. joe said this is just another example of how he attacks women and lawmakers from both sides of the aisle agree. >> what he does that he demeans women but more than that he has demeaned himself. >> the president has the problem with anyone who criticizes him or doesn't agree with him. >> the white house is defending president trump saying that he is standing up for himself after withstanding attacks every, single day on cable news. some lawmakers are calling for an apology and in two national polls released this week, they showed that a majority of americans have negative sentiments about his tweets including that he stop
tweeting. thank you. the trump administration plans to arrest parents and other relatives who smuggle their children into the u.s. i.c.e. officials say the new surge initiative aims to identify and arrest adults who paid coyotes to bring minors over. immigrant advocates say it is a move that would send a wave of fear throughout communities! a federal judge blocked a new california gun control law that bans high capacity clips capable of holding more than 10 rounds. gun owners were supposed to turn over their clips by saturday but the nra and california gun rights groups sued. california's attorney general becerra is defending it saying, quote, restricting large capacity magazines and preventing them from ending up in the wrong hands is critical for the well-being of our community. the suspect who shot a sacramento county sheriff's deputy this week is scheduled to be in court today. police say nicory spann shot the deputy in the jaw tuesday
night when he was getting checked for his valid light rail ticket. he was arrested later that evening after hiding in a nearby motel. alex ladwig is recovering in the hospital. the deputy is in good spirits but will be hospitalized for days. in kentucky, u.p.s. has the green light to start delivering packages by golf cart. roxana saberi of cbsmoneywatch.com has that story and more. >> reporter: good morning. good morning. futures are pointing up this morning. and today investors are hoping for a rebound after tech stocks were down yesterday. erasing gains from the previous day. the dow was down 167. nasdaq down 90. drivers will be getting a gift at the gas pump going into the holiday. aaa says the nationwide average is now $2.24 a gallon. the lowest 4th of july price
since 2005. u.p.s. can start using golf carts to deliver packages in kentucky. the new state law let's drivers use vehicles or public roads. the carts travel around 15 miles per hour and will mostly be used during the holidays to help u.p.s. keep up with higher shipping demands. breakfast may be getting better for your wallet. egg prices are down thanks to a surplus the lowest for this time of year in 10 years. in may a dozen eggs cost an average of about $1.40. >> all right. and i hear there's a new record at the box office. wonder woman? >> reporter: that's right. [ laughter ] >> she has flown past batman and superman. the film earned more than $330 million in its first four weeks making the it the top dc comics movie produced by warner brothers. >> a little girl power there. [ laughter ] >> thank you, roxana saberi of cbsmoneywatch.com. time now is 5:38. some big changes coming to the
uc system after a series of embarrassing scandals involving faculty members. >> plus, what's does $7 million get you in the bay area? we take a look a at pricy pad with spectacular views of san francisco. >> there's a live look at 880 in oakland. traffic kind of moderate at this point in the morning. stay with us. we'll be right back.
because we are socked in with "june gloom." the effect the clouds will have on your holiday weekend forecast it's coming up in less than four minutes. health officials are working to prevents a tuberculosis outbreak in the north bay. a member of "24 hour fitness" in vallejo recently developed the contagious disease and are determining if any other gym members may be at risk. solano county officials say they will reach out to anyone they think is at risk. this morning the university of california is laying out some new rules for handling sexual harassment accusations. under the new rules complainants will now have input into a respondent's discipline and sexual misconduct investigations will have to be completed in 60 days. the changes stem from a string of sexual misconduct cases on uc campuses including a case where uc regents paid out nearly $2 million. >> honestly, it felt like a breadcrumb great deal of solutions and it was like okay, let's feed her a little bit of this and see if that will
satisfy her. i think they missed the whole point. >> we had heard from complainants they didn't feel they had input into the outcome. >> the new policy must be implemented at all ucs by september. google's newly released diversity report shows minimal changes when it comes to hiring minorities. asians are 35% in the staff up from 32% in 2015. latinos 4% of the staff up from 3%. and black employees made up 2% of the staff the same as in 2015. as for female employees, women make up 31% of the workforce at google. but when it comes to technical roles that number is 20% up from 19% last year. but women do make up a quarter of the leadership of the people in the leadership level. a $7 million home on the market in san francisco is a knockdown. the two-bedroom home is on 21st street in noe valley with views
from twin peaks to san bruno mountains. it was built in 1900. the last time the house sold it went for $62,000. >> that's just one more example of why it's so difficult to live in san francisco. [ laughter ] >> that's why we live so far away. >> san jose is expensive too. >> california is expensive. >> but it's so beautiful. >> jaclyn and i live in the city. we may have a small space but at least we can get into work in 15, 20 minutes. >> right. >> at 3 a.m. [ laughter ] >> lots of roadwork work. caltrans is going to be postponing some of their roadwork for the holiday weekend because i know a lot of drivers will be out on the roads. do you have any plans?
>> to work and back. >> we'll both be here tomorrow morning. >> okay. >> our weekend kind of starts on sunday. >> the delta. >> discovery bay. >> there you go. as long as you're not driving between 3 and 8:00 this afternoon. this is the worst travel time. 43million people will be only roads the most ever for the helped holiday hundreds of crashes on the 4th of july. it's the most dangerous day of the year to drive. if you are flying or driving allow extra time. 101 near 380 will be jam-packed. expect delays. sfo rated as the third worst in the u.s. for
delays. so there you have it. we are tracking a new accident at the bay bridge toll plaza. already busy and add an accident? not good. we see a backup just a bit. speeds dropping. at the split there. the metering lights are on at the toll plaza so that's backing up to the 880 overcrossing. eastshore freeway at the limit in the green looking good. we'll keep our fingers crossed for you but in the meantime, it's about a 22-minute ride from the maze into san francisco. a look at some of our other drive times 580 is in the yellow holding steady all morning long. we have a high wind advisory in place for drivers making their way through the altamont pass and bart dealing with some residual delays that's recovering from an earlier problem so if you are heading out of san bruno into the east bay direction, you can expect 10-minute delays. hat's a check of your traffic; over to you. it's a very foggy friday. our live weather camera
features the transamerica pyramid. i try to gauge how low i believe the ceiling is compared to that. it's 600 feet this morning leading to delays on sfo son some some. we have 48 stories here and trust me, looking out at any one of these windows out of any one of those floors you can't see a thing. we are socked in, in san francisco compared to the sun coming up in the vacaville area. temperature-wise 52 to 59 degrees. linda is in fairfield. she is reporting gusty winds at 25 miles per hour. clear skies, 54. linda, you're pretty spot on. it's a breezy start to the day winds at 13 in oakland. 10 berkeley. alameda at 13. in the fairfield area according to the national weather service, 25. so your calculations are spot on. . the marine layer is 2,000 feet deep. if you in any one of these
areas where you see this gray stuff you will see drizzle out the door this morning. it's condensation all associated with the deep marine layer. so conditions today, similar to yesterday, this weekend? seasonal. high pressure is in command. if you want to eat outdoors in justin herman plaza this afternoon, no problem but have a sweater. no intrusion of the marine layer pushing back onshore overnight waking up with gray skies tomorrow then clearing out for your saturday. with a hind of stratus next to that san mateo could -- with a hint of stratus next that nature is coast. "june gloom" entering the first few days of july, as well. 95 state capital. 104 redding. 64 monterey bay very little sunshine there. triple digits in fresno, merced, modesto, manteca, 80 in the greater lake tahoe area which i hear is the number one destination travel spot for california.
temperatures holding steady in the 80s all weekend. now, meanwhile for us if you want 80s, head to santa rosa. or san jose or how about the milpitas area? the tri-valley, as well? 60s, 70s, 80s low 90s today outside number 93 in discovery bay. also to the north in lakeport. temperatures hold steady all the way pretty much through monday and really seasonal conditions as high pressure begins to weaken on tuesday through thursday. 4th of july forecast, you know the drill by now. overcast along the coast and into the bay at the embarcadero for the fireworks display. it's okay. still a lot of fun, right? alameda county fair, clear skies for the fireworks that take place there on tuesday. make it a grate lovely holiday and be safe. the time now is 5:49. homeless advocates are vowing to press on after one bay area city issues a ban on delivering meals to a local park. >> prust, some southern california beach, -- plus, some southern california beach-goers will be disappointed this holiday weekend after more shark sightings.
done this before. it is fantastic! it's tonight at 7:30. phil30 stern grove festival in san francisco. sunday partly cloudy, high 50s. another option for you today kick starts the marin county fair at 79 degrees. some fun in the sun and we have the hook and ladder run in livermore at 63 degrees. and we do also have the alameda county fair tonight with super diamond in concert. right now we are tracking a few more hot spots if you are making your way over towards the bay bridge toll plaza. some accidents to tell you about. we'll have more on that coming up. russian river brewery is selling its company. the santa rosa brewery can make up to 20,000 barrels a year.
the price is negotiable but it's expected to be a few million dollars. it comes as the russian river prepares to open a $40 million brewery and restaurant in windsor. later today activists will be returning to san jose to stand up for the homeless. they will be handing out water and granola bars at st. james park. they are protesting a ban on feeding the homeless. the city recently cracked down on a tradition and is threatening to ticket people who serve food without a permit. >> there's a lot of litter, discarded food, the next thing you have rodents. and the neighborhood surrounding the park start to feel unwelcome at the park because of the blight. >> the city says it wants to work out a plan to get the homeless fed at a nearby soup kitchen. the city of campbell has seen its first murder in two years after an argument spiraled into a deadly hit-and- run. 23-year-old elsie delarosa of san jose is charged with murder and felony hit-and-run. police say early tuesday morning, she and another woman
in a agree sedan were on montmar in campbell, had an argument. the woman got out and police say she intentionally ran over the other woman. that woman died at the hospital. a man flying a drone over a state beach in orange county says the aircraft spotted great white sharks over 6 feet long lingering right next to swimmers. after a lifeguard spotted it a shore boat rushed in to help people relaxing in inflatable [ indiscernible ] >> they have done tests with dragging stuff behind boats and great whites like the element of surprise. they come out of the water and going for devices. i was praying i wasn't ready to see someone hit. >> data from the drone revealed they were just 900 feet away from those swimmers! at 5:55, an east bay fire
station is closing its doors in the next half-hour why officials say they just can't keep it open. >> reporter: plus, msnbc anchors mika brzezinski and joe scarborough delay their vacations to go on air and respond to president trump's tweets in which they were very insulted! we'll hear from them next.
joe fire back at president trump after he unleashed a twitter attack against them. a war of words this morning. the anchors of morning joe fire back at president trump after he posted twitter posts against them. >> people prepare to flock to "sin city" a look at how the legal marijuana market in nevada will compare to the one expected in california. >> good morning, it's friday, june 30. i'm julie watts in for michelle griego this morning. >> i'm devin fehely in for kenny choi. first let's start with traffic and weather. jaclyn is tracking our commute. but i'm guessing a lot of people are trying to get out of
town starting today. >> yes. actually it started yesterday from 3 to 8 p.m., it was jam- packed. it's always busy in the afternoon. a lot of people taking five-day weekends. hm. [ laughter ] >> all right. >> not us. >> a lot of people. >> good morning. right now we are tracking a couple of problems and it's slowing your ride down if you are heading along northbound 280 into san francisco right near 6th street there -- excuse me, between 101 and mariposa. we have traffic down to just two lanes. roadwork going on. caltrans should be wrapping up with that any minute but you can see these delays back up beyond 101 and your cruising speeds through that stretch around 20 miles per hour. so give yourself some extra time. over at the bay bridge toll plaza, we have reports of an accident right at the 80-880 split there. so far speeds just below the limit no maba